5 Premier League Players To Impress At The Euros
Kane – Harry Kane has scored 30 goals in all competitions this season and will lead the line for England at the Euros. With the likes of Rooney, Alli, Barkley and Vardy alongside him he could hopefully be in for a big tournament with England been expected to reach at least the quarter-finals.
Lukaku – Since the 2014 World Cup, the lone striker role for Belgium has been a straight choice between Romelu Lukaku and Christian Benteke with Divick Origi been the striker with potential for the future. Lukaku has had a great season for Everton while Benteke has struggled with injuries and form. So Lukaku will be the first choice striker and if Belgium can finally live up to their potential and play like a team rather than a bunch of talented individuals then Lukaku could make a big impact with the likes of De Bruyne, Hazard and Mertens creating chances for him.
De Bruyne – De Bruyne has overtaken Eden Hazard as Belgium’s star attacking talent and continues to outshine Hazard for both club and country. His return from injury has been instrumental in City's champions league push and if he plays well for Belgium they could be potential winners.
Payet - Dimitri Payet has been a revelation for West Ham this season, nobody expected him to make this big an impact in the premier league. He was loved by the Marseille fans but he wasn't seen as the world class talent that he is now. He has completion for a starting place for France with the likes of Griezmann and Martial but France are at home and will be expected to play attacking football and win games so Payet will be vital for them if they are to go far in the competition.
Arnautovic - Austria were the real surprise package of the qualification for Euro 2016. They won 9 of their 10 games scoring 22 goals. Marko Arnautovic is the talisman for Austria alongside Bayern's David Alaba and will be expected to perform on the big stage in the summer. He has been a great success for Stoke and has had a great season and if he scores a few goals then Austria could be potential dark horses in France.